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Armenian newspapers and magazines

Find basic information about newspapers and magazines printed in Armenia, or printed abroad but completely dedicated to Armenia.

Aravot

Description: Aravot is a news website publishing news mainly in Armenian and Russian, connected with a printed newspaper by the same name. On their website, they declare that all contributors of the newspaper try to separate news from comments and personal idea, and try to double-check news whenever possible.
Language: Armenian, Russian, English
Archive: since 2004, freely available

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Armenian Weekly

Description: The Armenian Weekly is an English language weekly newspaper based in the United States, an organ of the Armenian Revolutionary Federation, has been published since 1934. Articles from the latest issue are freely available online. Along with news of general interest to the Armenian-American community, the Armenian Weekly publishes editorials, political analyses, regular columns, and short stories and poems.
Languages: English, Armenian
Archive: since 2003, freely available

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Azg Daily

Description: Azg daily, based in Armenia and published since 1991, provides updated news about Armenia.
Languages: English, Armenian, Russian, Turkish
Archive: since 2003, freely available

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Yerkarmas

Description: Yerkramas is a Russian language monthly newspaper printed in Russia about Armenia. Full contents of every edition are freely available.  
Languages: Armenian, Russian
Archive: since 2005, freely available

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Yerkir

Description: Yerkir is the official newspaper of the Armenian Revolutionary Federation, one of the main parties in Armenia. Accordingly, "Yerkir" provides updated news about Armenia from the point of view of this political force. 
Languages: Armenian, English, Russian
Archive: no archived contents

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